Dr. Andrew Stacey grew up in Northeast Ohio. He earned a bachelor’s degree and master's degree in Statistics at the Brigham Young University where he was also a linebacker on the football team. During college he took two years off school and athletics to volunteer for his church in Northern Italy. He completed his medical degree at the Ohio State University and completed his ophthalmology training at the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center. He completed a fellowship in ocular oncology at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, U.K.

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Undergraduate Education:          BS, Biostatistics, Brigham Young University
MedicalSchool:                           MD, Ohio State University
Post Graduate Education:           MS, Statistics, Brigham Young University
Internship:                                   Transitional Year Internship, Riverside Methodist Hospital
Residency:                                  Ophthalmology, The University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center
Fellowship:                                 Ocular Oncology, Moorfields Eye Hospital and St. Bartholomew Hospital

Board Certification:                    Board Eligible

Memberships:                             American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO)
                                                   International Society of Ocular Oncology (ISOO)
                                                   Washington Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons
                                                   Association of Research in Vision and Ophthalmology

Sub Specialty Societies:            International Society of Ocular Oncology (ISOO)

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Academic Interests

Clinical Interests

Dr. Stacey specializes in cataract surgery and ocular oncology. He sees patients with conjunctival tumors (papilloma, intraepithelial neoplasia, squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma, lymphoma), adult intraocular tumors (iris melanoma, ciliary body melanoma, choroidal melanoma, intraocular metastasis, intraocular lymphoma, retinal angiomas, choroidal hemangiomas, vasoproliferative tumors of the retina), and pediatric intraocular tumors and vascular abnormalities (retinoblastoma, medulloepithelioma, Coats' disease).

Research Focus

Dr. Stacey’s research interests include emerging therapeutics for patients with choroidal melanomas, novel statistical approaches to medical research and clinical trial design, telemedicine and new technologies for early diagnosis of ocular tumors, and research into retinoblastoma treatments and outcomes.

Awards & Honors

2015 Resident Physician Community Service Award, Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)

2015 University of Michigan, Resident Teacher of the Year

2014 University of Michigan, Paul Lichter Mentorship Award

2009 Ohio State College of Medicine, Jones Student-Athlete Scholarship


Wu CY, Stacey AW, Kahana A. “Simultaneous Versus Staged Balanced Decompression for Thyroid-Related Compressive Optice Neuropathy." Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. In Press.

Stacey AW, Demirci H “Serial Intravitreal Bevacizumab Injections Slow the Progression of Radiation Maculopathy Following Iodine-125 Plaque Radiotherapy". The Open Ophthalmology Journal. 10. March 2016. 103-110.

Czyz CN, Bacon T, Stacey AW, Cahill EN, Costin BR. Karanfilov BI, Cahill KV. “Nasolacrimal system aeration on computed tomographic imaging: sex and age variation.” Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 32(1). Jan-Feb 2016. 11-16.

Stacey AW, Borri M, De Francesco S, Antenore AS, Meniacacci F, Hadjistiliano T. “A Case of Anterior Chamber Cholesterolosis Due To Coats' Disease and A Review of Reported Cases.” The Open Ophthalmology Journal. 10. February 2016. 27-32

Stacey AW, Gemmete JJ, Kahana A. “Management of Orbital and Periocular Vascular Anomalies: A Review.” Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 31 (6). Nov-Dec 2015. pp: 427-436

Stacey AW, Sparagna C, Borri M, Rizzo S, Hadjistiliano T. “The Case of a Six Year Old Boy with Cornealia de Lange Syndrome and Coats' Disease and a Review of Reported Cases.” Journal of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus. 19 (5). October 2015. pp: 474-478.


     Primary Clinical Office

Eye Institute at Harborview



Harborview Medical Center

908 Jefferson St., 7th Floor

Seattle, WA

Clinic Phone: 206-744-2020

Clinic Fax: 206-897-4320


Mailing Address:

Box 359608

325 Ninth Ave.

Seattle, WA 98104

Academic Phone:  206-543-7250


Additional Offices:

UW Medical Center
Oto/Ophthalmology Clinic, 3rd floor

1959 Pacific St.

Seattle, WA

Clinic Phone: 206-744-2020

Seattle Children's Hospital
Ophthalmology Clinic
4800 Sandpoint Way, Ocean 6
Seattle, WA 98105
Clinic Phone: 206-987-2177
Clinic Fax: 206-987-2722





Comprehensive Ophthalmology
Oncology and Ocular Tumors


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